The BBC Channel, with the participation of Prince William, made a film about the mental problems of famous football players. For an hour, Danny Rose, Peter Crouch, Thierry Henry, Jermaine Jenas and Gareth Southgate arrange a real group session of psychotherapy.
Initially, Prince William explains the idea: “Men find it difficult to open up and share their feelings. Men's feelings are often perceived as weaknesses. We are taught to always be strong, cool and do the right thing "It crushes.
We must show by our example that talking about feelings and feelings is normal." Then, each participant in the conversation shares his personal story. Tottenham Hotspur quarterback Danny Rose talks about how he struggled with depression.
This was my first injury. My club was doing well, the England team too.
And I just sat and looked at them. I didn’t talk to anyone then, didn’t want to do anything and slept badly. In the end, I talked about the problems with my club doctor. He sent me to a specialist who diagnosed depression and prescribed me medications. If I didn’t ask for help, I don’t know what would happen to me.
Burnley striker Peter Crouch talks about how complex he was because of his appearance. Jermaine Jenas - about how he was worried about commentators on social networks. Gareth Southgate and Thierry Henry - about mistakes on the football field, after which a flurry of negativity fell on both.